The Paris Climate Accord would mean death to plants, forests and food products
The primary goal of the Paris Climate Accord is the reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
All plants need CO2 to survive. It’s oxygen for plants.
CO2 is at its lowest level in the history of the Earth — about 400 parts per million (ppm), compared to over 7,000 ppm in the past.
Which means that trees, grasses and food crops are currently starving for CO2.
Eliminating CO2 from the atmosphere is like eliminating oxygen for the human race.
The planet cannot be saved by killing all plant life. The planet needs higher CO2 and more rainfall to support reforestation and food production.
There you have it! It’s as simple as that. In the light of these facts from Natural News, by rejecting the climate control measures of the agreement reached in Paris last year by the Obama administration and other countries, President Trump has saved the planet Earth and human life.